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honse for the Graded School has been the interests of rontb. As a safe cuide THE LTOSHIWS ! 616 M Henderson, w'k on streets' ' 75 617 F Nolly,! work on school Louse 825 618 Wm Johnson ' -.' . . : 625 619 G A KlaM, wocmI i 6350 020 -i" tlo- i freight on limber Ml 24 till .T II Vernier irravel 350. 4:16 Hense Henderson, w'k ontr'ts Si 05 437 Henry Woods 14 M0 443 Sylvnnos Hanea " 5 00 439 And. Wall, work on G. S. House a 440 Bob Hadeu " 320 441 Frank Bradshaw 330 442 S II Wile? " 11221 We have now in Store the Largest and moscComp!etc Stock we-have OUR PRINTS, LAWNS AND DRESS G00Ds at prices 10 suit ail are iranusome anu GA801MI 8, OpTTQNADlS noTiONS, &c. I : Tcry cheap. A large lot of .5054 -50 30 no 3000 4 40 3 50 335 2 40 1000 80 200 500 50 SHIPT8 TO SUIT ALL AT BOTTOM PRICES. OUR STOCKfOF IS NEAT, AND WE MEAN TO SELL THEM AS LOW AS THE tVe Sfcll Coals at 0 cfs. and up. , work on streets 444 J A Clodfelter, cedar posts 445 II Murphy, work on G. S. II; 446 . A7 M A Vanderford, police 443 WHtf Hnff, blacksmithiug 449 Ben Canble, painting - 450 G A Klatts, wood 451 H Morplfr; work on G. S; II; 452 11 W Price, pd detective 453 H Marpliy, work on G. S. II. 454 G A KIutt; unload'g lumber -453 Sylvanuallaues work ou well 456 do. street 457 Alex Allison ' " 458, do.. " " 459 E II Marsh repairing engine 400 Bill Davis, work on streets 461 J A Ramsay; school bouse 462 J J Bell, sexton 463 M A Vauderford, police 464 J A Murphy " 4J And. Wall, work on streets 4G6 Ed Foster " We have the best Assortment of SHOES we have ever bocht and L0 WEST PRICES. : at t,iV . ; HATS FOR EVERyBQDY : AtlO cis. up to "IhefiW Ten kinds of V u,c mest GLASSES AND SYRUPS C7"'AuiI among them tho BEST in the Market. Rio, Laguayra, Java, jEUSd Mocha Coffees Very Chean. Cut-Loaf, -Pnlverized, Granulated, White and Brown c at Bottom Prices. We have always on baud the BEST FLOUR in tneC't Sa" Also a Large Lot. of Wheat Bran always on hand. Full Assortnl 7' T O B A. O C O, ' ' And everything nsnally kept in the Grocery Line. Be sure and ?pp m,i e buy or sdl. We buy ulj kinds of Country Produce for Cash or Barter 1,1 With this bird's-eye view of what we havewe retnrn thanks for nist n and solicit future favors. J ( Yours very respectfully, Patronajj BGiESTlCS KLUTTZ & REHDLBBjSir. 2G:3m. hare. just received a NEW afi(l 3 WfrVTk. -Hr 100 5 00 44 89 225 1350 2000 .30 00 30 00 J 50 Hs25 189 J2 168 34 48 92 50 49 22 1750 330 300 330 300 2 70 210 90 45 GO 290 - 2 70 2 70 2 70 2 70 2 85 2 70 135 413 60 W. W. Taylos, H. F. AtSixs, Salesmen. 467 S II Wiley, Graded S. H. 468 Harry Cowan, work on str'ts 46!J G A Klutts, commissions 470 B B Young, school house 471 B S Young 472 A J Young 473 China Slater 474 Bill Davis , 475 Ed Foster 476 Obed Bell 477 Dan'l Smith 478 Ilob't Gaitber 479 Giles Williams 430 Adam Powe 481 AndWaugU , 482 Julius Slater 483 Len Henderson 484 Walter Manuel ; 485 Frank Brndskaw 486 Bob Hadeu 487 And. Wall it it it li lt t It tl ti it tl it 488 Henry Murphy ' ,489 Thos. Slater u 49aJason Hunt " ' 491 Len Henderson, work on well April 12, ItJil. 1 n u'ldition to our of GENEROUS -MERCHANDISE, BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF LAWNS & a fu: . FULL DRESS GOODS LINE" OF 492 J W Henderson, school house 1 25 493 BillJohnson 3 75 494 Julias Kestler " 313 495 Amos Jones, work on well - 75 496 Luther Julian, school house 4 37 497 Win. Kusher - 375 498 C L Miller - " 90 499 T F Kluttz, Finance Com. 10 00 500 Nelson Allison, work on str'ts 1 80 501 Wm. Hedrick, work school II. 330 502 JJill Davis " streets 330 503 M A Vauderford, spec'l police . 2 00 504 Ch'aS Allison, work school house -30 50a Chas Kraus, hauling 2 00 BIT Ml 0! LADIES' CORSETS II TOWN. Our BE&UTY. at 50e. Can Not Be Equalled! I lian won tt:li C-- t til.-".. lUjR ui! -y cr i- tiu i.i;s 4 It !; 1. HFSee our CHILDREN'S SUITS all Ladies' Linsn sizes. from two to fourteen years. Ulsters and Do!ia?ns. IIAXft "Will have in h Uw days another line f LADIES' TRIMMED HATS. A FULL LINE OF MACHINE NEEDLES AND ATTACHMENTS OX ti II li II tt it tt It' It 3 "A 330 330 300 1410 5 87 337 240 2 40 240 240 210 2 40 2 40 j 801 Jm Eddy, ! 802 Noah McCnbbins, 8ii3 Ilpiirr JelikinsJ CU-I Alex Bimoniou v uu ituixm 805 Allen Walten, work on trV 806 Walter Slau uelr L 807 Bob Lord, " 803 Sam Brown,- ' "I 809 Charles Caldwell, 810 Jno MtCubbius, 811 Jason Hunt, 812 J Henderson, 813 China Slater, - 375 1 814 Juo Henderson, school honse 815 Rob't Mowry, , - 816 Wm Trxler, hauling wood 817 J P Roueche, school house; 65 900 375 .825 300 1350 12 00 917 917 900 9 00 813 Edgar Shunian, 819 S A Sliuman, 820 G A Shunian, 821 Peter Swink, 822 M A Weant, 823 F Nolly, 824 Wm Johnsou, 825 John Eddy, 826 Noah McCnbbins, 827 Andy McRre, 823 Daniel Smith, 829 Jo Ballard, 830 Joshua Murphy, 12 921 1410 450 3 60 360 330 2 63 831 Heury Jenkins, 832 Julius Slater, work on school II. 4 12 mi Bill Davis, 300 834 James Johnson, " 835 Bob Lord, work on streets 360 210 210 2 10 210 210 210 105 1 50 CO 4 87 836 Allen W alten, : 837 Juo McCnbbins, 833 Walter Manuel, 839 Saudy Hargrave, 840 Charles Caldwell, 841 Jo Murphy, 842 Sam Brown, 843 Alex Simonton, It tt tt ti tt it i 844 Jackson Henderson, work at cemetery, 845 Bill Davis, w'k on school II. 150 120 90 11 87 300 1 00 75 30 1 20 30 12 37 700 1 25 5 33 30 30 1 50 1 20 3 30 150 846 Ed Foster, 847 Andv Mack, 843 Jno Hix, 849 Luther Julian, 850 " 851 Win Rusher, 852 Henry Murphy, 853 Daniel Smith, 854 Moses Snyder, 855 S A Shnmau, 8.56 G S Shunian, : 857 Beu Caldwell, 853 " " 859 Jackson Henderson, 860 Jordan M unlock, 861 Ed Foster, 862 James Haden, 863 Tom Henderson, 864 Daniel Smith, 865 S A Shunian, 866 Win Johnson, tt it it II It it it tt tt it it tl it 4. it ti it II it it it 13 50 7 50 360 1 80 250 3 00 50 330 1 00 3 00 25 250 17 50 2 40 165 2 40 1 50 8 14 3 00 1 50 125 3 15 3 00 14 66 34 66 311 362 4 50 7 00 5 25 1 66 125 1 13 G3 5 00 2 00 3 00 867 Tom Henderson, " 868 Bill Davis, " 869 E K James, hauliug wood 870 do. do. 871 Geo Mowrry, do.- 872 Bill Davis, w'k on school II. 873 E K James, " 874 Jo Ballard, " 875 Dick Wallace work on sir's 876 Win Mowery. hauling wood 877 E K James, uraying 878 James Johnson w'k on S. H. 879 Alex Simonton, w'k on str'3 830 Bob Lord, ' 831 Joshua Murphy, " 832 Wms Browu, school house 833 Bitl Davis, - 834 G A Klutts, " ' 835 do. wood 833 do. d raying 837 Bob Lord, work onttreets 833 Juo A Ram say j salary ! 839 do. do. 890 G A Klatts, sc1hm1 house 891 Jason Hunt, w'k on sfieets 892 S A Shunian,' w'k ou school II. km Lxb Sliuman, 894 Wm Johnson, 895 M J Weant, 8m Peter Swink, 897 Frank Nolly,. 893 Edgar Shunian, 899 Bob Mowery, 900 Henrv Jenkins, 901 Wr.iD.ivis, 902 Andv McRee, 903 Dauiel Smith, 904 Julius Slater, 905 Jo Ballard, 906 James Johnson a i n ti a u a it a ti a it a 3 75 1 20 1 50 2 40 1 80 1 50 333 2 70 2 70 2 70 2 70 2 10 3 37 2 40 1 25 61 00 2 10 10 50 12 00 5 00 5 00 300 450 750 4 70 1 25 125 4 II 550 330 1.35 1 50 1 65 2 75 3 45 907 Frank Nollv, work on streets 903 Jason Hunt, 909 Sam-Brown, 910 Juo McCubbins, " 911 Bob Lend, " 912 Sandy H irgrave, " 913 Allen Walten, 914 Jacksou Henderson, work at cemetery, 915 David Henderson, " 916 Abraiu Henderson, " 917 J Alleu Browu, insurance 918 Bill Davis, w'k on school H. 919 S A Sliuman, 920 G S Shu man, 921 M J Weant, 922 Peter Swiuk, 923 Edgar Sliuman, 921 Wm Johnson, 925 Ben Caldwell, 926 Jno Eddy, 927 George Perkins, light'g lamps 923 Juo Brown, 129 Jno Eddy, work on school II. 930 Noah McCnbbins, 93J Daniel Smith, 932 Julius Slater, 933 Andv McRee, 934 Bill Davis, 935 Henry Jenkins 936 James Johnson. 937 Allen Walten work oa streets 933 Jackson Henderson, 939 Jo Ballard, w'k on school H. 940 Bob Mowery, ! " 941 Julius Kesler 942 Obed Bell, j 943 Giles Williams; 944 Albert Foster1, 945 SI L Mclntyre, well windlass 946 J M McCorkle, attorney 947 George Slowery, school II. 943 Dick Wallace w'k on streets 949 Daniel Hart man, lumber 950 Jno Parker, school house 951 G A Klutts, freight ; 952 Ben Cauble, school Iiogso 953 S H Wiley, Cr. on Holmes' 375 60 550 -2 50 150 1 80 90 100 25 00 25 00 1 50 220 5 50 25 500 judimient, ! 28414 15563 .3625 954 S H Wilev. school honsA 955 Wm Smithdeal, hardware $10,048.30 3.43 Ain't in hands of Treasurer, It affords yonr Committee bear testimony to the very faithful and efficiei t mani.er in which the oflS.-i.ru . f the town have discharged i and to the; very satisfactory manner in which their books and papers have been kept. We regret to leave jipon the town a debt, but we do not regret the causes which created this debt, j Without any increase of the customary rate of taxation a Graded School has been kept durin" tlie year at a cost of about $130.00 per monthj and a substantial and convenient 795 Andy McReev 1 790 Daniel Smith, 797 do. j 793 Joshna Murphjy 799 Julius Slater, j 800 James Johnson; 00 40 30 ! 50 75' JONES, MCCUBBINS & CO.- erected, capable if- accommodating 300 pnpils, and costing between $4,000 and $5,000. Respectfully submitted. S. H. Wilet, rf ) F: . Committee J. JI. Browk. Carolina Watchman. j THURSDAY, MAY 19, 831. Simuston Female College The commencement at this highly prized Institute takes; place this year on the 25th of May. Rev. D. E. Jordan, of Henderson, N. 0., will deliver the adddress. Robertson's nomination lor Collector at N. Yj has been continued by the Senate without demand for a vote. The Republicans at headquarters in N. Y. City fired 100 guns on the receipt of the news. Conkling uud Piatt not to bo re-elected. Rain and wind"storih at Charlotte, Sunday, did considerable damage to the Methodist chureh. The tin roof was blowii off aud the rain leaking iu dam-aged 'carpets and other property to the value of several hundred dollars. Other property iu the city was also damaged. If those who use w hisky could or-would do so without making mischief there would be. lo need of a prohibition .law, ayfe oue7 V'ery truer it is - the abuse of the thing thut-Jbas raised a war against it Many of those who use it not only disqualify themselves for usefulness, but cause endless trouble ami expense to others, j Families are impoverished aud disgraced, aud the burden of relief falls on friends or the county. Crimes are committed uuder the inllaencu of whisky and the Whole com ni unity is put to tumble aud expense on account of it. But it is vain to undertake, to enumerate the evil results which tiow from this prolilic source. They are without u umber. Thebaic known to every citizen .who understands what he sees, aud who is capable of connecting cause aud effect. All know and feel that it is a fearful evil that should be abated, and tha. it is the duty of every patriot aud chiii-tiau to do what he cau to put a stop to it. The present movement against intoxicating liquors springs liom this uuiversal knowledge of ics evil effects. It is a spontaneous expression of the public against it, and men denounce it foi the same reason which inipclls them to chase aud kill a mad dog. GAKFIJELI) AND HIS ENK3IIES. Politicians at Washington are making tilings lively. The war between President Garfield and Secretary Blaine ou one side, aud Senator Conkling, of N. Y., on the other, culminated on Monday last, in the resignation of his seat in tho Senate by Mr. Conkling. His Co-Senator, Mr. Piatt, as a sort "tail to the Conkling kite," also sent forward his; resignation to the Governor of his State, aud requested Vice-President, Arthur, to announce the same in the UT S. Senate. But it is not to be supposed for a moment that this encs the war between the President's backers aud the Conkling wing of the Republican party. No one believes Unit either Conkling or his co senator has any idea ot giving up senatorial honors. They have only let go for a nionlent to spit in their hands and take a fresh hold. They confidentially expect have probably prearrangethat the N. Y. Legislature, now in session with a republican' majority, will either refuse to .accept the, tendered resignation of its Senators or re-elect them. In other terms, it is Coukliug's trick to return to the battle against the President aud his party with the whole State of New York at his back. Mr. Garfield will bo madu to feel that in resisting the dictation of the senator he incurs the opposition of the Republican party in the grand Metropolitan State. And all this contest aud consequent waste of time and the public money, results i from hatred between Blaine aud Conkling, both aspirats to the Presidency. Conkling is charged with having defeated the nomination of Blaine in 1676 and 1830, and for this Blaine has done everything in his power to defeat the wishes of Conkling especially iu respect to the appointment of Robertson as Collector of Customs at New York, between whom and the N. Y. Senator there were irreconcilable differences. If the latter shall return to the Senate I with the big State of New York at, his back, as it is predicted he will, we shall see how it affects Blaine and Garfield, who are equally bent on fighting to the bitter end, Democrats are Interested spectors of this war that and no more, except as it may 69rafford them an opportunity to oust a party whose best energies ai'fc expend in a fight over the spoils of office Rowan Co., May 16th, 1331. Mr. Editor t Dear sin I notice in your paper of week before last, in speaking of the arrival of the Immigrants, you give Mr. Pope the entire credit for turning the tide south. Such may lie the case, but that Salisbury was selected as distributing point is due to the iuterest Mr. Macmurdo took iu the matter. I was in town when he received the first dispatch, and he I immediately called our citizens together jaud iu a few hours atrartgemeuts were effected through which we are now reaping the benefits. But for Mr. Macmurdo's energy ami zeal some other place would have been before us. , I lor one desire to give hitu the credit that he is justly entitled to. Respectfully, ! Farmer. Harper's Youxg People.! This weekly periodical issued tor boys ami girls is full of merit. Every line of its 16 pages every engraving that emle!lishes its columns sparkles and glistens and in it all members of the household will fiud .entertainment. As the season approaches when the public schools are j to be closed, parents will find their cares lessened by placing iu the hands of the little ones a cpy weekly of this, the most merito rious and valuable publication issued in ana instructor it i or. inestimable value; r4Tho Cruise of the Ghost,", relating the cruise of four boys in a smalt; yacht iu a dense fog they, drifted to sea and meet with many adventures. ;Twoj new serials are" bejrnu in the issue of 0th. 'Sasie Kingman's Decision," and a story of a It is fresh and- Yon ng May Party, written for girls and breezv. The Magazine People will be sent one year for $5, or the latter alone for $1.50. A sample copy of the Young. People will be sent on application to the publishers. - ' COURT CALENDAR. Calendar of cases" for trial at Spring" erm, icoi, or uowan nupenor uoart, commencing Monday the 80th day f May, 188T, his Honor, A. S. Seymour, presiding. MONDAY Mat 30th, 1881. -State Docket . -j TUESDAY May SIst, j 1881. .State Docket. I WEDNESDAY Jcse 1st. r Civil Docket, j !No. 6. It. A. Caldwell Vs L Vi and Thomas Symons. 7. A H. Boyden vs George Achen-bach. 10. Joseph Dobsnn vs S. M-D. Tate. 19. James Krider vs R. A.iRiimsay. 22. Tobias Kesler vs Isaac S. Linker. THURSDAY Jcne d. Civil Docket. 24. 3L L. Holmes vs W. Lj Kestler and others. i 27. John Beard vs S. IU Wiley. 29. Cl B. Hot. hkiss vs Anu'McNeelv and W. G. McNeely. ? 34. R.v A. Covvan and others vs J. S. McCubbins. 36. James B. Lanier vs T.i J. .Meronev and S. W. Cole. 37. State exrel W. J. Deal vs C. Miller. i 33. Hess. Rogers and Chambers R. F. Graham and others. WEDNESDAY June 3d. Civil Docket. : 41. Mernneys & Rogers vs Mrs. M. Chunn. 42. Thomas. J. MuroneV V3 John A. vs L. L. Wright. 40. Alfred Sappenfleld vs R.& D. R. R. Co. ' i 47. Bettie Leth.-o v3 W M. Lethco. 48. Potter & Knffmati vi The N. C. Gold Amalgamating Co. 49. J. A. Earnliart and others vs John Linyle and others. 50. Ambrose Lentz vs Ri'lM'oca Lentz. 51. R. A. Caldwell vs the W. N. C. R. R Co. 52. Joiej' C. Linn vs A. Henderson and others. 53. Richmond Pearson and others vs A. H. Boyden and others. SATURDAY Jcne 4tii. Civil Doeketl. 54. Mar-raret Tarrh vs S. C. Pharr. 55. T. J. & P. P. Menmev vs M. L. it Bean. "-58. John F. Park vs Elizabeth Park. " 59. Frank"!! D;ivis vs I. A. L. .Miller. " CO. Wilson Kesler. vs L. M. Walton and M. L Holmes, Adiurs. " 61. E. 8. Jaffray and others vs A. J. Mock and others. " 62. James CLv.ve vs S. II. 'Wiley. MONDAY JrjtEBTh, State Docket. TUESDAY Jcxe 7th, State Docket. ' WEDNESDAY Jcse 8xn, State Docket. ; THURSDAY JpsE Otd, Civil Docket, " 64. Lewis V. Brown vs Wms. Brotrn. ' G8. Julia Wilson vs Lueinda Wilson. " 67. D. A. Davis vs George Achenback. " OS. J. W. Mauncy vs J. B Lanier and L. G. Giiither. " 69. F. E. Sfiober vs Luke Black mer. u 70. John Hoi brook vs David Roseman. 71. Jolm R. Keen vs J. A. L. Miller. " 72. Mary C. Earnhait vs It. A. Shim-pock. " 75. Tobias Kesler vs Ruftis Roseman. ' 76. A. II. Newsom and wife vs J. B. Trexler and wife. " 77. A. II. Newsom and wife vs J. B. Trexler sod wife. 44 73. David Earnhait vs G. W. Long. Motion Docket. No. 1". Clarrissa Julian and ot hers ex par te. 2. J. II. Newnan and others ex parte. 3. John Hu'jhcs. Admr., vs J. G. and D. F. Fleming, Exrs. 4. W. II. Horah, Admr., vs J. M. Horah and others 5. N. C. Gold Amalgamating Co. vs N. C. Ore Dressing Co. 8. E. Mauncy vs T. J. Crowell. 9. E. Maunev & Son vs Joseph Marshall. 10. Luke Blaekmer, surviving Admr. ex parte. Shober case. 11. Luke Blaekmer. surviving Admr., ex pnrte, Myers case. 12. M. L. Holmes vs R. A. Caldwell. 13. John W. Fisher vs T. H. Webb. 14. Anna MeCay aud others ex parte. Beard case. 15. Anna MeCay and others ex parte. Meronev case. ! 17. T. C. Ilauser vsS. Mep. Tate. 18. Henrv Cowles vs R. & D. R. R. Co. 20. E. H. Marsh vs T. J. Meronev. 21. Johnson, Clark & Co. vs C. H. Bernlieim. 23. John H. Long vs Louisa Mason, Admix. J. L. Reid. 25. State ex rel S. C. Styers and others vs Gecre II. Peeler, i Admr., and others. 26. W. A. Poston vs Johh Rose. 28. vThe Commissioners of Guilford Co. vs W. B. March and others. 30. George Achcnbath vs Thomas P. Johnson. 31. Thos. J. Meronev vs J. L. Wright. 32. W. M. Campbell" vs W. R. Poston. 83. John Graham and others vs the Commissioners of Rowan County & others. 35. D. A. Goodman and iwifc Ellen vs J. C. Miller and others. 39. J. D. Koonce vs Jemiinah Pinketon. 40. State ex rel F. H. Msiuny Admr. vs I-aac Earnliart and others. 43. J. J. Mott vs J. A. Ramsav. 44. W. A. Hannah vs R & D.'ll. TL C. it 44 45. W. H. Leonard and wife vs J. H. She! ton and J. M. Crofts. 44 56. Columbia Boyd n iby . her next friend W. A. Stewart ys N. A. B-den and others. "'4 57. Peter Mowry and others ex parte. 44 63j. N. B. Johnson, and wife vs Tobias Kesler. : 44 65. II. M. Jones and others vs the Commissioners of Rowan Co. 44 73. Simeon Kluttz, Admr., vs E. S. P. Lippard. j 44 74. Isaac W. Jones vs Henry McCoy. In the call of the Calendar any case, not rescued and disposed or on the appointed day, goes over to be called on the next day, and in precedence of case set for the next day. Witnesses not allowedifees until the day appointed for the cases in which they are subpoened. Cases on the Motion Docket will be heard according to the convenience of the Court, 6l Wins Brjiwti, w'k school hoase 75 00 6J S A Shu man 624 GShumau 625 F Nolly I - 1350 1200 it 900 020 Jason Hunt- " 627 do i " 628 Henry Woods, work on strts 629 Albeit Brown- .- 6.J0 Giles Cramp, school hoaso Ml Jo Ballard 44 632 G A Kiultx, wood 337 187 60 11900 633 G S Shumau, w'k hciiooi ti. 12 00 634 F Nolly j 635 John Cauble,' 63i P Calicut 037 Beu Calijwell 6:18 Henrv Benon 9 00 750 7 50 -7 50 it 7L0 400 50 4300 500 290 639 Mrs. W U Crawford, grarel 640 John Veible, hauliug wood 64 1 W. N. C. li. K. Co., fr't ou wood 642 Julius Kestler, w'k school H. 643 Ed CrowSeil,- blacksmithing 644 J P Mault, w'k school house 645 Geo Eagle 44 ' 646 T B Long, overcharge tax 647 C A Krains hauling wood 648 F Nolly,! w'k school house 649 G A Kluitb, commissions 2 40 .375 333 100 900 29 73 65 650 do ! cutting wood 651 J W Clarke, witness (court) 2 20 -652 Gas Co.,! gas 3330 270 23895 135 00 653 j do -654 j do 655- do 656 do 15 25 657 Meioneyj & Bro., brick and lumber 27 63 653 Heurv Brannonj w'rk school H. 2 10 659 do j ' streets 150 6W) Chas Brown,- 44 well 1 20 661 Xlhiinr Slater.' " school II. 120 662 D A Atwell. hardware . 2527 663 J A Clodfelter, pigeon holes 5 00 664 Wm Suitthdeal. supplies 23 57 665 E H Marsh, repairinj: eucine 1 00 666 Henry Benson, w'k school H. 667 Mis. V 1 Crawford, hauling, 663 Murphy s& Vauderford, cost 660J A. Clodfelter, coffin for M A Vanderford 670 II C Ovtus, police 671 J J Bel,j sexton x 972 J A Murphy, police 673 J A Brown, lime 674 Wms Bmwn, school house 675 Geo Moery d raying 676 Wms Browi;, stove and school house . 677 M A Vaderfoi'd, police 673 HMurpliy, work on school H. 679 BolXoiid " streets 100 75 715 3100 25 00 20 00 35 00 137 32 100 00 2150 79 86 35 00 60 90 630 C F Baker & Co., furnace dii J W Fiske, vane for S. H. 632 W A Wilborn, teacher 633 Lorena Reynolds, " 634 Gvo Moxiery, brick 635 , do ! 16911 33 37 150 00 75 00 100 00 100 00 75 75 00 636 do hauling wood 637 A W Owen, teacher, 6c58 Jason Iliint, w'rk school house 639-Tojn Henderson " 690 Bob Lord " 691 Allen Wuter? " 692 G J Long " 693 C F Baker, 1879 694 do I judge election 695 Ed Cauble, school house 696 Win Johnson " 697Jurius1vbtler " 1 80 1 80 1 80 1 80 2 00 4 00 6 00 6 25 7 50 693 li L Shaier, hauling 3 00 699 Boss & Greeufield; shoes M.A.V. 2 15 700 Julius Kestler, school house 188 60 1 80 120 300 3 85 146 00 701 Bob Lord, work on streets 702 Henrv Murphv i 703 do 1 " 704 James Johnson " 705 G A Klu!ttj lumber for bridge 706 S H Wiley, school house 707 W C Petty & Co., 703 W H Murphv, tax refunded' 709 G A Klutts, fr't on blinds 710 Merouev&. Bro., supplies 711 " 1 712 J J Bellt sextou 713 S A Shunian, w'k on school II. 714 G S Shuinau " 64 00 1 50 3 08 100 00 100 00 20 00 1350 500 7 50 7 50 7 50 5 63 7 50 656 50 1 80 1 80 2 25 360 30 450 75 300 1 88 2 50 120 3 75 187 60 60 1350 7 50 150 412 300 1000 1000 141 63 21 12 360 330 860 360 2 70 15 Win Trtixler 716 P Calicu;t 717 Wm Johnson 718 Julius Kestler 719 Ben Caldwell 720 Henry Benson 721 Giles Crump 722 Ed-Foster 723 Dan'l Smith 724 Jason Hunt 725 Tom Heqderson 76 Moses Sihith 727 S A Shunian 723 F Nollv i a a ti tt a 729 Wm Tretler 730 P Calicut 731 Wm Johnson 732 Tom Heudersou ti tt 733 F Nolly, Iwork ou streets ' 734 Jasou iliint " 735 Bill Davjs " 736 Tom Henderson " 737 S A Shuiiiaiij school house 733 Beu Caldwell " 739 Frank Nolly u 740 Jason Hunt " 741 Bill Dav s, work on streets 742 Ben Cauble, painting 743 Peter Fultz, 744 S II Wiley, school honse 745-Wro Smfthdeali li ardwarfl 746 Allen Walters w'k school H. 747 Bill Daria 748 Henry Murphy 749 Bob Lord 750 John McCubbins . 11 751 L Henderson, work on str'ts 752 Giles Crump on school Hi 753 Albert Foster, work on stfts 754 Josh Mui uhv " 180 15 360 210 180 270 500 7163 1350 600 833 666 900 900 750 360 14 10 1410 600 360 360 360 225 225 225 I 65 225 225 225 225 225 200 225 500 2000 755 Bob Lord 756 Walter-Manuel 757 Jason Hunt tt tt 758 Peeler & Linu. lumber 759 S A Shufman, w'k school II tern o oi .J w vjr o oiiuman 761 Matt Wean t 762 Peter Sjv ink 763 Wm Johnson 764 Ben Caldwell 765 Julius K stler 766 W Cauble 767 John Eddy 763 Noah McCubbins 7(2) Bob Mowerv 670 Julius plater 771 Josh Mnruhv tt it tt tt it 772 Andy MeKee , " 773 Juo McpnbbinSj w'k on streets 774 Len Heudersou " 775 Allen Walters " 776 Sam Brown ' . 777 Albert Foster, w'k on streets ;773 Bob L id, 779 Jo Ballard, ' " 780 Walter Manoel, " 731 Henry Morphy " 782 Jno 1 Shaver, hauling wood 783 Wm Trexleri 784 Bob M6wry, 8chool honse 785 J J Beth-sexton .: - 786 S R HUrrisou,"rent school room 20 00 o a ditoman, scuool bonso 1 .1350 733 G S Shuraan. 5 00 ; 9oo 750 666 1000 300 .900 789 F Nollv, 790 Peter Roqecbe. 791 PeterS wink. 792 M A Weant, . 793 Edgar Shunian, 794 Win Johnson j. .r K it 60 75 CO 506 Dick Wallace, fixing well 507 Jason Hunt, work on streets -.503 Bob Hadeu .' " school house 509 Leu Henderson " 510 Henry Wood, fixiug well 511 Hense Henderson 512 T F Kluttz, sundries 513 J J Brunei"! printing -to 2 82 60 . 60 1 20 2 25 7 25 26 05 185 06 1500 514 M Lr Holmes, Cr. onjudgm't bio ti Iv James, hauling 516 Andy Mack, work school honse 517 G A Klutts, wood 518 Sylvanus Haues, w'rk on well 519 Martin Sloan, " " 520 P Calicut, w'rk school house 521 Frank Nolly 1 35 150 3 87 105 187 375 5 00 3 75 225 9 00 622 11 Cauble 523 Bill Johnson 524 Jason Hunt " 525 Ed Cauble " 526 S A Sliuman ,527 G S ShuiuanV v"r 523 John Eddy . " - 529 Noah M'CubLins " 530 Pw J WestCn oh tax, 1879 1575 DO0 517 2357 375 315 531 J M Hornh, -nrobatinjj: deeds " 532 Beu Caldwell, w'k school house 5 00 533Rufua Trexler - " 65 50 534 H N Woodson, land for S. H. 20 00 535 " " 20 00 5;J6 S A SItnman, w'k school house 13 50 537 Ed Cauble 8 00 533 P Calicut 539 F Nolly 540 Ben Cald well 54LN McCubbins 542 John Eddy ,543 Peter Fultz 514 E K James 545 Geo Shunian 546 Wm Johnson 625 862 750 690 690 - 8 50 1050 .300 , 500 it tt tt tt tt 547 Julian & Fraley, w'k on well 543 Jason Huut, work on school II. 549 Y Manuel y 2 50 4 50 1 95 2 10 60 80 1 50 150 8 12 3 43 240 225 1 80 30 360 1 80 550 F Bradshaw " 55t Julius Slater " 552 Bradshaw " " 553 China Slater 554 Giles Correll 555 John Cauble 556 Julius Kestler, 557 China Slater 558 Win Rusher 559 Leu Henderson 560 Julius Kestler - tt a it 561 China Slater, work ou streets 562 Albert Foster school house 563 Bol Lord a tt 240 120 90 500 180 300 J 80 100 00 63 on 564 Bill Davis, 565 Dan'l Smith 566 John Cauble 567 F Bradshaw 568 Dan'l Smith 569 Julius Slater 44 streets school house i it tt 570 Geo Moweryi brick for S. H. 41 I " " 572 S A Slmman, w'k on school II. 11 25 573 G S Shu man ' Js. 900 574 Frank Nolly s - ;j yg 575 Bill Johnson u 375 om r Calicut ' 5771ason Hunt, work-on streets ;-57-And. Murphy, salary 579 M A Vanderford, police 580 T A Davis, work school house 581 G A Klutts, wood 582 Geo Shumanj w'k on school H. COO T .1 T it 125 225 1667 35 00 30 72 50 5UI 583 J J Bell, sexton on nn 534 J SI Horah, court costs 22 40 585 C F Waggoner " ' 14 90 586 Jason Huut, work school house 1 25 587 Jack. Henderson, work at do- y pot (wood) 583 Jas Johnson, 589 Levy Davis 590 John Litaker 591 Aionio Jones work on streets o92 Jas Neely, cleaniug brick 93 Wesley Joucs, work on etrpets 594 , do tt 595 Wilson DavTs " 596 J II Verble, haaliug 007 Arthur Fisher, special police 593 Ben Caldwell, wor k school IL 599 Bill Davis 45 330 3 30 330 1 80 85 36? 210 330 22 00 100 J 25 30 45 ,280 45 - 45 175 135 235 190 43 40 54 47 75 75 75 625 120 330 C00 do 601 S A Shunian tt u 602 Mark Henderson ' C03 Julius Henderson ' " 004 Arch; Banks, w'k depot (wood) 605 Hay woooTVV right COS Granville Hairston 607 R R Crawford, hardware 603 G A Klutts, commissions b09 J A itamsay. salary 610 Wilson DavH. wbrk 611 And. Wauch . . y ti . 612 Jasj)er Smith 613 P Calicut, school house 614 And. Wall 615 31 A S m costs It Whiit Mr. Conklinr dctcrniincs to dis ! to rule or ruin the party if l.t can. io far. it appears. ev-ry facility ,t ds ;- has been oll'i-red liiui by the Senate. PitUa. Inquirer, Pcjk o. Food for the Uiain and Nerves that will invigorate the body witliosit intoxi-catin is what we nerd in tlusc 'davs of rush mid won-y. Parker's Ginger Tonic restores the vital ener-ies, roo! lies .the nerves and b. ia-s ood health quicker than anything von use. Tribuue. See fad. Apt lijroMayiy EWARB! & $10U fff fmh. STOLEN' on the 4th InsCZ from W. A. ?Towpry, an Iron gray horse ft ears old, bllntTlnthe right eje. Ua lit be curried. Medi'im size. The top bugT?y taken was a new "coal-box bed," with the name ot sm.t ideal on t'i 'ljte. one ot the men win stole this property is About 22 pears old. Sear on the lower right eytlld a gaping cut. Weight about 1 so lbs. complexion Ujrht. Qulek spoken and very communlcaMve. Itls traveling companion sa vender ot patent medicines, of whoiuJ can give no description. The above "re ward will be given for the apprehension of these men and for the recovery of tue horse and buggy. rAudres3 W. A. Mowekt & Bho , Satlsbury, N- C. My la it VALUABLE By virtue of a Mort-rnjie with power of sate executed to the undersigned on the 2d dav of Julv, 1881. I.v Jolm W. Wwd I will sell at PCBL1C AUCT10X, tu the Coirt-Hi$8 D03r in LIXIHGTOII, Davidson County, N. C, on MONDAY the ; i 20 th Day of June, A. D. 1831. a tract of VALUABLE MINERAL. LAND, ln'in in said county, nn the waters of AblmttV Greek, adjoining the lands of Obee Miller and others, containin- about : FORTY-SEVEN ACHES, and heretofore, known as the 'TOOE MIH2." For more particular description of the boundaries of uid tract of land, reference may le had to gid Mfirttrjic tlec.(l recorded in Book 6. page 837 o flic office of the Hegister of.Deeds of said county. Said land has been opened to a considerable extent for GOLD & 0TH3R- M3TALS, and is believed to le valuaMe for the same. A large and valuable amount of MIXING MACHINERY attached to said land as a part thereof will be sold with the eauie. Terms CASH ' Title uuquestionable. 4 1 :KHET 1100 May 4th, 1881. Myl9toJu9 Hort :asee. N'OW IS THE TIME TO SU - FOR THE WATCHMAN i LIS no HOUSE I SI Olttl CO 7 I LLC The Dwelling Iloune formerly ocenwed by the undeMigned-in Statexville, adjoininf the lot of V. F. Hall and Newton Andrew, !h; ,ot ' , llaU and lr 8a,e- . 1 crronn ihm a1.( T?C " h$J ! 11 n Mr. U Il.JIall. wl hing lo futrcliase, mj or Ml. v etnon,f wno wuh flhew w property, Myl2toJn2 C. C KRIDIR. (Landmark requested to ayy.) " TAX LISTING. The Commissioners r f the Town of Salisbury is?.. Ing appoiiiiJ ihe lo4Ust the taxable propertj vA p flls tu the Town, this Is to give notice that booU wi.l be opened at the TTn Shop of c. F. HakcrC on the 1st day of June, 18Sl, and remain open for ua.i.- iui unit urjuntr. ah pfirona i-oiicnuru advised to make their returns winan the tluiespeer med, or lay themselves liable tot lie penalties otae la ,oo, E. B, NEAVE, C. B C. Alay 11JS81. ' UtJuS i c vnn vts;ir ! (Pm Your Watches and Clocks, Sewing Machines,:. Kepaireaijy a jrood, cheap and responflbli workman- please leave them with Ie" Klmiz & Rendleinan, Salisburv, f. C ! 45:1 y - ' K. L. BROWS. OPEN LETTER. ? "Those Goods Have Arrived.- We have the pleasure-to annonncew our uiany frieiidj and custoiiier.s, that W-are daily receiving the most conipltt and elegant line of ! Dress Goos. Trinmings. Kotions, Juneftf Coeds, kt If., . ; that we have ever offered. Our stock (f Groceries i. the most complete ia tofn Our tockof Boots, Shoes, Hats Farnishin? GooiJ Clothing-, ic, Ac, j is full. We buy onr' goods as -cheap any lMnse, and I positively w X$ " j-underst)bl. . '" ' i-i We have added to onrstock ilar"J of Laltieg, trimmed and untiinimetl n' t,aii and look over our ooous., - . With 'thank for past patroiiage, wewv licit your future favors. H KesiH'Ctfuiy, J. F. ROSS. : SALESMEN : Frank Yocxg, Archie Youxg, Eddie Overman, April Gth. Mortgage Deeds for sale herfl Also various other bjW DEVON BULL T have a flne Dei on stock animal for tlrfl at moderate rates. Apply t ixwf SalUiburM - - FOR SALE